Russell Kane heads up triple comedy treat at Lowestoft
PUBLISHED: 09:54 04 February 2011
TOP comedy returns to Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre over the next few months.
The theatre has welcomed Michael McIntyre, Rhod Gilbert and Lee Evans in recent years, and has continued to build on this by showing an increasing number of well-known comics.
Over the next few months it will be the turn of triple Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Russell Kane, the critically-acclaimed Richard Herring and Men Behaving Badly star Neil Morrissey.
Russell Kane is known for his role as co-host on ITV2’s I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now, but first shot to fame through his high energy stand-up routines. Smokescreens and Castles is on Saturday, March 5 (8pm).
On Thursday, April 28 it will be the turn of Richard Herring, who is highly regarded by critics and fellow comics alike, and found great success as part of a double act with Stewart Lee. His show is sure to be packed with satire and irony.
The following month sees Neil Morrissey take to the stage. Morrissey is a well loved actor after starring in Men Behaving Badly, Boon, Paradise Heights and Waterloo Road, but is also a chart topping artist as the voice of Bob The Builder.
For the first time ever he will be touring the country with an ‘evening with’ style show which sees him share stories, anecdotes and answer questions on every aspect of his acting career. Neil’s show is on Sunday, May 8 (7.30pm).
To book, call 01502 533200.
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